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JT 355 S ? B 3 nn [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 August 1884
JT 355 S ? B 3 nn Site and Material . A model country house , a thoroughly enjoyable one , should be placed , if possible , upon such a rise of ground as permits of a view of meadow , wood or winding river . If broad prairie lands , stretching themselves out almost inimitably , deny variety of scenery , the neatest roadside frequently locates the home . North , south , east and west frontage have each their various champions , but the house with broad southern exposure , whose front , windows see how the morning opes her golden gates , commands the situation of our choice . Whatever the size of a house , if it be only a modest cottage , build it of good honest material . The early settlers of our country found the abundant timber most convenient and cheapest , and hence the ust of wood became almost universal . Warmth and dryness are easily secured to frame houses of the better sort , and the builder in wood can contract to furnish a picturesque and charming effect , at a comparativ...
FALSELY ACCUSED ; np [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 August 1884
FALSELY ACCUSED ; np Helen Mleston s Lover . The Most Interesting and Fasci nating Story Ever Written . BT CHARLES READE . SYNOPSIS . The reader is introduced to merchant Wardlaw and son—the former the head of an old and honored mercantile establishment in London , a man of . strict integrity and hard as iron : the latter a fast young man , has ] ust passed the Oxford examination under the severe tutoring of his intimate friend , the Rev . Robert Tenfold . The son has led a fast life at college , gambled and in debt , and hopes to take up his father sbusiness and pay his own urgent obligations . Tbe son is a remarkable imitator with pencil ana pen . A note for two thousand pounds signed By Wardlaw , Sr ., and endorsed by Penfoid , has been dis * counted by a bill broker , and found to be a forgery . Penfold is arrested , found guilty , and sentenced to penal ( ser vitude in Australia . The son , Arthur Wardlaw , meantime falls madly in love with General Eolieston s daughter Helen . ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 August 1884
Over and Over Again . We cannot measure the need Of even the tiniest flower . Nor check the flow of tlie golden sands That run through a single hour . But tlie morning dews must fall : And the sun and \ the summer rain Must do their part , andperform it all Over and over again . The path that has once been trod Is never so rough to the feet ; And the lesson we once have learned Is never so hard to repeat . Though soiroioful tears may fall , And the heart to its depths beriven With storm and tempest , we need them all To render us meet for heaven .
THE BRIDE'S HOUR . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 August 1884
THE BRIDES HOUR . The bells-come let us go ! Great hour ! he waits for me at last Before tlie altar . Shall I grow A wife ere this one hour is past ? I tremble—O the church , the stare , The ritual ! I would rather stand In my own wood ami wed him there By simply giving htm my hand . But nmo the timid bird of love . Long used tn tender s / iades to play , Must change the quiet of his grove For the great garish light of day . Wife ! husband ! 0 my bosom swells ! I think lie loves me—nay I know . Sweet—sweet . —O sweet nielodtous bells , They call me , sister—let us go ! A Girls Ambition . But why shouldnt I be an actress ? said Silvia . Because , said Mira , it isnt genteel . Mrs . Rhadamar is all the fashion , pleaded Silvia , and yet she gives public readings . That , pronounced Mira , is quite a different thing . I dont perceive the distinction , said Silvia , with quiet obstinacy . Well , said Mira , Impatiently , you may as well put the whole thing out of your head . Papa will n...
OUE CURIOSITY SHOP . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 August 1884
OUE CURIOSITY SHOP . Our Curiosity Shop . To the Editor of Our Curiosity Shop : Can you tell me what the genuine Balm of Gilcad ls ? Balm of Gilead is a plant of the genus amyris . Its leaves yield , when bruised , a strong , aromatic scent . From this plant is obtained the Balm of Gilead of the shops , tbe balsam of Mecca or of Syria . This has a yellowish or greenish color , a warm and somewhat bitter taste , and a fragrant smell . It is valued as an odoriferous ointment or cosmetic by the Turks , who possess the country in which it is produced , and from Its scarcity and value often adulterate it for the market . The amyris is a low tree or shrub growing in several parts of Abyssinia and Syria . It has spreading , crooked branches , small , bright green leaves , growing in threes , small white flowers on separate footstalks . The petals are four in number , and the fruit is a small , egg-shaped berry , containing a smooth nut . To obtain the juice the bark of the tree is out with...
Page 22 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 August 1884
AVERS Ague Cure IS WARRANTED to cure all cases of malarial disease , such as Fever and Ague , Intermittent or Chill Fever , Remittent Fever , Dumb Ague , Bilious Fever , and Liver Complaint . In case of failure , after due trial , dealers are authorized , by our circular of July 1 st , 1882 , to refund the money . Dr . J . C . Ayer &amp; Co ., Lowell , Man . Sold by all Druggists . Mention tbe Farm , Field and Fireside .
Page 23 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 August 1884
IT STANDS AT THE HEAD ! The Monarch Wo Digger 11 Ii ; 8011 Bushels Folate a Da ; . SSOTF ON © P _ 5 &gt; J A , YS TEST _ TI 1 . IAIJ . ¥ ___ , _ . JSB ^ SBDBBB »^ Amm — ~ T ^ B , % ii ^ n-mrrt Sp . ^ Jl _ ir ^~ i ^* - ^^^^ r ^^ £ ]^ Ap ^^ . ^ - ^| ni-hH ^^ -r * TE *&lt; r « -. ^ r ^ Fc ^ f B : ^^ . £ _ ¦ — lfcw 4 ^ r r -== 1 ^ -- J ^ a IBBSSSSSSSJI IT iisfcr isW ^ ftssliH ^ jBH ^ KSh ^ BBBSM A . J Jpud ^ V ilflHatilBa ^ ahaHB ^^ BBBBBBBBSSBSBSBSE ^^ S ^ B ^^ SB ^^^ 3 SB « B ^ aBSBS ^ 9 ^ BBBBBBBBB ^^ SV . \ VlstfciaWft 5 SEB ^ BBsSKS ^ S ^ MMBgSSa » SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS ^ SSS « BBBBSSSSSBSBS ^ BB sls ^ SBKB ^ BBBBSsSSSBSBSBSM ^ SEBS 9 B ^ BSBBBBBBBS / dBBt * \\\ HjMKS 3 E 99 K 3 BBH ^ LwHanfefll 3 n «^ B ^ B ^ B ^ B ^ B ^ B ^ B ^ B ^ B ^^ m * mmeS ^ mmmmBmmm % mWmM _ Sm ^^^ M £ Bt _—_&amp; eemW &amp; |^^^^ twBlilllaiJBflBBIj §|^ MM ¦ ¦«• -. if yH-SIBw The picture on the left shows the Celebrated Monarch Potato Digger F . M . WBIST , Hickory Corner , No...
Page 23 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 August 1884
1 ISAIAH . DILLON LEVI DILLON AMD SONS . AMP 8 QKB . I ¦¦ fflHHJR | RlfK | Rn I KM A /* ^ VMP ^^ P ^ l 1 HHHfil * . 7 . A W fnm \\ t t ,. t \ m _ J _______ . mm Ae , _ 1 aammm 1 mamKrr ^ ___________—^ l __ i \\ iM l ^[ 9 iyMHBPIIyHl nrPOBTKRS AND BEEBDEES OV NORMAN HORSES ( Formerly of firm of B . Dillon tb Co . ) THREE IMPORTATIONS IN 1883 . 200 Head of Normans on Hand . STABUES AND HEADQUARTERS LOCATED AT NORMAL , Opposite the Illinois Central and Chicago &amp; Alton Depots . Street cars run from tho Lake Erie &amp; Western , and Indianapolis , Bloomlngton and Western Depots , in Bloomington , direct to our stables in Normal . Address . DILLON BROS ., NOBMAL , ILL SEND FOR FREE ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE . Mention JbARir , 11 ELD AND I IBESIDE . EVAPORATING FRUIT Full treatise on improved } L ^ __ tS £ - ?) methods , yields , profits prices fafiHSSp ] and genera statistics , FREE . BBHP ! | I I AMERICAN MANFG C 0 . 9 T U liOXJ . WAYJiESBOHO . PA ^ 1 C ^| mention the Far...
Page 24 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 August 1884
A HOUSEHOLD NECESSITY AND A GREAT PAPER . Dr . Banelson s Counselor and the Farm , Field and Fireside for One Year lor only $ 1 . 75 . The Price of DR . DANELSOMS Counselor $ 1 . 60 . How to Get Well , Keep Well and Live Long . n swffior their use . It describes the best Washes , Liniments , Salves , Plasters . Infusions , Pills , Injections , Sprays , Syrups , Tonics , etc . These The chapters upon POISONS are exhaustive , and every poison , appears In the tiulex , so that the antidote con be readily and . if need be . hurmachinery within ourselves , correcting many popular errors , and marking vividly the stumbling blocks where most people , iriuooently or MreTessIy , begin to lose Tiealth . Truths are itated -which to many will be surprising . I RAA subjects ore contained in the index , referring to all diseases and ailments , which are carefully de- « 0 * U scribed , aud plain prescrtptlons givenfor their speedy cure ; many of these prescriptions are worth to any sick , sufferer...
Page 24 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 August 1884
^ SSnP ^ ilBfe . M A I 1 AR 6 E CARDS , Imported Designs , dSfe « 3 H M : W . Slmfon and Rolled A j M KJ »» &lt; &lt;| KCT | HSI » el ? lit 8-ient stamps i 6 packs and Ring 60 cents . ^¦^ R jP ^ ACME CARD FACTORY . Cllntopvllle . Conn . r U WfeffiE na Sen ° a \ trc &amp; § « fte ^ th ! SKck . E : K . HAV ^ B - 0 11 - 0 0 - S 3 . 40 FOR 400 . Anyone sending uie 40 cents , stamps . 01 silver , will receive by retur ? Zll » pact » Beofsood . tl , atsellsfor » 8 . 40 , includnB » l , eavy liallcd Gold Kins ; worth tl . *»»• » * »&gt; V 1 . * ° f ? . ! make thi . i « drlllce to secure agent , for my latest novelties You can make # 5 . O 0 a day b Jt _ a S ! ! . t , n . 0 T w - ; » T -aAdtoSB ™ D . HENB . Y . Box 127 . BUFFALO , M . Y . . a ^ r ^ v I nAtt Arranfe ? ca , 1 Sec ! l ^ cDer , 1 , 0 ¦ _\ m _ m _)^ L 3 Q Y ngoniS nv „ t employment / Tj-N / ltTttZar and good salary selling ; Queen City Bsi ^\ l $ e * mSr SklrtaadStockingSupportens etc . *~*^» r OP...
Page 24 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 August 1884
^ I RON QTONIC ^ T ^^ J Willj ) rirliVthe . BLOOI &gt; . - » egnlate tfie LIVER and KIDNEYS . ^^ s *^^ B and R ESTOUK TUB HEALTH VaJH end VICrOR of YOUTH . Drs- ^^^^^ B pepsla , Want of Appetite , In- ^^^^^ digestion . Lack of Strength , ^^^^^ aiKlTlredFeellngabsolately ^ IJ ^^^ fx cured . Bones , muscles and ^¦^^^ Bw nerves receive newforce . ^¦ nlnV Enlivens the mind and - 1 - supplies Brain Power . I A W \ t ¦¦ OSnfferlngfromcomplaints LAUIL O peculiar to tlielr sex will Snd in DB . HABTBBSIBON TONIO a sale and speed ? cure . Gives a clear , healthy complexion . Frequent attempts at counterfeiting only add to the popularity ofthe original . Do not experlment- % etthe O RIGINAL AND BJST . * Send your address to The Dr . HartorMed ^ Co . V ¦ St . LoJls , Mo ., for our DREAM BOOK . ! \ Fnllof strange and uaefal Information , tree . * Pilest Piles ! Piles ! A remedy worth its weight in gold . The Eureka Pile Bemedy is prepared in the shape of an ointment and suppositories , a...
Why Not English ? [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 August 1884
Why Not English ? Certain of our colleges make a parade of their learning by publishing their catalogues and official circulars in Latin . The eradiates of Harvard in New York City have petitioned the college authoriticK to use English hereafter . In the commencement program and the quinquennial catalogue , the names of the graduates now appear , as it were , in disguise , and are often unintelligible except to good Latin scholars . There was a time when Latin was the language of tiie learned world , and that was not many years ago . But we had no modern literature until Latin was discarded , and our best writers and thinkers made use of the languages of every-day life .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 August 1884
The above cut illustrates our Belt and Abdominal Supliort for Indies . It is . without exception , tho grandest scientific achievement of the age . This Bolt acts as a natural suptwrt nnd gives off a constant Magnetic Life Force to the Back . Spine and Kidneys , aud Imparts Warmth , hneray and VirnJization to every organ in the bcxiy . It is Nature s own Stimulant , and acts upon every diseased molecule in the human organism . It will relievo and completely cure lame , weak back , soreness of the abdomen and bowels , and all forms of kidney complications , So language can express tho great , grand , harmonizing | iower of this Belt . It relieves in ten minutes after putting on and cures nearly all cases in a few days . A thousand ladies have declared they would not do without it for % ll or SKID after wearing it only a week . It imports Life . Vigor and Health to the weak . Its action is simply grand , bevond a mortal s telling , and it is truly the greatest life and health imimrUnK...
The Heal Prospects . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 August 1884
The Heal Prospects . Despite the dismal prophets the outlook for the future is hopeful . We have an immense and fertile country , and our peopleare enterprising and laborious . Since the beginning of history , no nation has been so happily circumstanced as ours . There , is no danger of foreign war , and we have no royal families or armies and navies on which to waste our substance . Our machinery for production and fo » utilizing the latent wealth of the country was never in so efficient condition . It is natural , therefore , for Americans to be bulls ; that is , to look on the hopeful side of the business situation .
A Cure for Diphtheria . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 August 1884
A Cure for Diphtheria . Dr . Delthil , a French physician , says that a sure cure for any ordinary case of diphtheria is to utilize the vapors of liquid tar nnd turpentine so as to dissolve the fibrinous exudations that choke up the throat and lead to such fatal results in that dreaded disease . Dr . Delthil s process is simply this : He pours equal parts of turpentine and liquid tar into a tin pan or cup and sets Hie to the mixture . A dense resinous smoke arises , which obscures the air of the room . The patient , Dr . Delthil says , immediately seems to experience relief ; the choking and rattle stop ; the patient falls into a slumber , and seems to inhale the smoke with pleasure . The fibrinous membrane soon becomes detached , and the patient coughs up microbicides . These , when caught in a glass , may be seen tb dissolve in the smoke . In the course of three days afterward the patient entirely recovers . This treatment has been tested in New York recently , and with gratifying...
How to Kill a Craving for Alcohol . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 August 1884
How to Kill a Craving for Alcohol . While it is true that many who at one time indulged in ardent spirits have abstained later in life , it is not believed that there is any real cure for the thirst created by alcoholism . But a person that claims to have cured himself gives a remedy that there would be no harm in trying . We reproduce it in the rescued person s own words : I was one of those unfortunates given to strong drink . When I left it oil I felt a horrid want for something I must have or go distracted . I conld neither eat , work nor sleep . Explaining my affliction to a man of much education and experience he advised me to make a decoction of ground quassia , a half ounce steeped in a pint of vinegar , and to put a small teaspoonful of it in a little water , and to drink it down every time the liquor thirst came ou me violently . I found it satisfied the cravings , aud it also gave a feeling of stimulus-and strength . I continued this cure and persevered till the thirst wa...
The Distribution of Fish . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Fireside — 1 August 1884
The Distribution of Fish . One of the most marvelous and successful achievements of modern enterprise is the introduction of new fish food into the streams and lakes of the various continents . Tlie salmon of the Pacific coast has been successfully introduced into the streams of the east coast of North America . The delicious shad of our waters is now to be found in the sea-going rivers of thePacific coast . California salmon were successfully introduced ln 1877 into the Australian rivers , where that fine fish had never before been seen . The re-stocking of streams with fish is going on all ovei the world , and will eventually increase the supply of fish food a thousand-fold . Iu England , our American trout , black bass and white fish have become naturalized , while the German carp , a fast growing and food producing fish , is already widely known in the United States . This country leads the world in fish culture . Our experts do not despair of being able in time to vastly increa...